Sasha Rose, ND, MSOM, L.Ac
Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture, Yoga
Dr. Sasha Rose is a board-certified naturopathic doctor, licensed acupuncturist, and yoga teacher. Dr. Sasha was born in Farmington and raised in Boston. She received her masters and doctorate degrees from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Sasha utilizes a blend of acupuncture, homeopathy, lifestyle modifications, nutritional counseling, Western and Chinese herbs to treat a range of conditions. These include digestive issues, stress and anxiety, infertility, and migraines. She also offers supportive care for those undergoing traditional cancer treatment.
She and her husband, Daniel Katz, founded Wildwood Medicine in 2005 in order to create a clinic environment that fosters a new and integrated approach to health care in the Portland community.
She recently published her first book: Digestive Relief for Life: The Secret to the Mind-Gut Connection.
Dr. Sasha is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is a member of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Maine Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Sasha lives in Falmouth with Daniel and their two children.
Jennifer Daigle, MSN, APRN
After much soul-searching and contemplation, I have decided to close my practice at Wildwood. I simply cannot keep up with the administrative and financial demands of running a private practice.
I welcome you to join me at Martin’s Point Health Care in Portland where I can continue to be your primary care provider. I will be able to accept a greater number of insurance plans than I do currently and will have early morning and evening hours available. If you wish to join me at Martin’s Point, please call 1-800-322-0280 and register with me as your PCP. My practice is expected to fill quickly, so please call soon.
If you would rather seek healthcare elsewhere, you can obtain your records or have them transferred to another practice. Please call Wildwood to obtain the necessary medical records release form.
My last day of patient visits at Wildwood will be Friday, December 30, 2016. I will be available to respond to refill, referral or other time-sensitive health-related requests until January 29, 2017, but I will not be scheduling patient visits during that time. The best way to reach me is through the Patient Fusion portal but you may also call Wildwood. I begin seeing patients at Martin’s Point on January 30, 2017.
Should you need to be seen for a visit between December 30, 2016 and January 30, 2017, you can schedule an appointment with another Martin’s Point provider if one is available. However, you must be registered as a Martin’s Point patient (by calling 1-800-322-0280) before you can be seen. If Martin’s Point is unable to accommodate you for an urgent visit, please go to your local urgent care center or emergency department.
If you have a prescription refill, referral, or any other request for me after January 29, 2017, you must register as a new patient and schedule an initial visit at Martin’s Point. Please call soon to schedule a visit if you anticipate needing something after that date. You can call now to book an appointment with me for anytime after January 29, 2017.
I have learned so much from all of you during my 8 years in private practice and would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you. I hope you will join me at Martin’s Point where I will be able to focus exclusively on doing what I love most–listening to, connecting with, and empowering patients along their path to whole health.
Lauren Breau, MAcOM, L.Ac
Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine
Lauren Breau is a Lewiston native and Bowdoin College alumnus. After graduating from Bowdoin, she moved across the country to pursue a 4 year graduate degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2009, Lauren graduated with a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.
Because she strongly believes in the science of medicine as well as the art of healing, Lauren is constantly pursuing more knowledge in the subjects of acupuncture, herbs, functional medicine, and Western biomedicine. She also believes that the practice of (good) medicine involves acknowledging inequity and fighting for social justice, and her desire to increase accessibility to acupuncture and herbal medicine lead her to help open Wildwood Community Acupuncture.
Lauren loves to write about the many ways people can find health in a style that is well-researched, transparent, and, of course, terribly charming. See her work here.
Renee Lang, ND, FABNO, MPH
Naturopathic Medicine, Integrative Oncology
Renee Lang, ND, FABNO, MPH specializes in integrative oncology, providing expert naturopathic care to individuals at any stage of diagnosis and treatment, including cancer prevention. Dr. Lang consults with individuals undergoing treatment, in remission, and those committed to reducing their personal risk of cancer development
Renee Lang, ND, FABNO, MPH is licensed as a naturopathic physician in the state of Maine and is board certified in naturopathic oncology (Fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology- FABNO). She received her naturopathic doctorate from National College of Natural Medicine in 2003 and holds a B.S. in Conservation and Resource Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. In addition, she received her MPH in 2013 from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and obtained additional certification in environmental and occupational health.
Dr. Lang previously worked as a naturopathic oncology consultant at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Philadelphia from 2009 to 2013. While at the hospital, Dr. Lang provided integrative, evidence-based naturopathic care, in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. Her knowledge of, and experience with, conventional cancer treatment allows her to safely and effectively recommend natural therapies to reduce side effects, enhance immune function, and improve overall health.
In addition to her integrative oncology experience, Dr. Lang practiced as a primary care physician in Brattleboro, Vermont for over five years. While practicing in Vermont, she provided effective naturopathic care for multiple conditions including menopause and other women’s health concerns, mood disorders, digestive complaints, Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses. Dr. Lang received her Reiki Master training in 2002. Since then, she’s offered Reiki sessions to clients as a complementary therapeutic modality to support optimal health and healing.
When not in the office, Dr. Lang enjoys camping, hiking, kayaking, gardening, and spending time with her extensive family.
Dr. Lang is a member, and past board member, of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP) and the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She is a past board member on the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology Board of Medical Examiners (ABNOBoMEx), the governing body for board certification in naturopathic oncology.
Elaine Meade, L.Ac
Elaine grew up in Buffalo, New York and completed her Master’s of Science of Oriental Medicine at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon.
Elaine’s path to becoming a healer began with exposure to natural healing while growing up. Her mother taught her reiki and bodywork, gave her herbs when she was sick, and took her for regular chiropractic visits. In her early twenties, Elaine began exploring nutrition, fitness, yoga, and meditation.
Through her own process, Elaine began to understand that the path to greater health and well-being involved tuning in to inner knowing, taking personal responsibility, and receiving expert guidance and loving support. Pulling from her personal experiences, her formal study, and her gift as a healer, Elaine is dedicated to helping others along their path to finding greater vitality and well-being.
Danielle Beaulieu, PTA, LMT
Physical Therapy Assistant, Massage Therapy
Danielle Beaulieu is a Physical Therapist Assistant and Licensed Massage Therapist. Born and raised in Rockport, Danielle obtained her license in 2007 from Downeast School of Massage in Waldoboro, ME, where she also studied shiatsu as part of her training. Similar to acupressure, shiatsu assists in maintaining or reestablishing health through balancing the major meridians.
Danielle received her PTA license in 2012 from Kennebec Valley Community College, and began her practice within a setting that utilized pilates, yoga, and other therapeutic movements to assist with healing in the form of body awareness. Danielle also has experience in pelvic floor rehab for women, and has worked in the field of men’s health as well. Danielle will be working closely, or co-treating, with Wildwood physical therapists Daniel Katz and Allison Curran in order to assist in achieving physical therapy needs and goals.
Danielle resides in South Portland, and has a love of crafting and standup paddle boarding.
Kimberly Zurich, ND, L.Ac
Kimberly has a background in neuroscience research from Cornell and Emory Universities. She received her Naturopathic doctorate degree from National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR and a master’s in acupuncture from New England School of Acupuncture. She is board certified in Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Kimberly has experience in private practice as well as many community health clinics and hospital settings. She combines her training into an individualized holistic treatment for her patients. She is excited to offer her expertise in her adopted home of Portland, Maine. Her focus is treating pain, both physical and emotional, and understands the two are inseparable. She feels strongly about the fact that every person deserves healthcare, and that healing should be affordable and easily accessible. She loves to be able to provide this through community acupuncture. “Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.” – Hippocrates
Kimberly also enjoys a position as adjunct professor at Southern Maine Community College teaching courses such as anatomy and physiology. Her passions include community, education, getting outdoors with her dog, and good food!